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Put the Key Lime in the Cookie and you mix it all together!

October 9, 2008

 

I love key lime, I’ve never had anything key lime that I haven’t liked.  One of my favorite desserts is Key Lime Pie, and I guess the pie has started my obsession with all things key lime.  I am always looking for new recipes that include key lime so that I can expand my key lime recipes.  I have seen several key lime cookie recipes on websites and blogs, that were of all different varieties. 

I came across a white chocolate chip key lime cookie recipe the other day while looking around the internet and I thought it sounded pretty interesting.  I thought about this recipe for a little bit because I was just wasn’t too sure of this combination, I thought it would be good but it was just one of those things that was just a little bit different and a “branch out”.  I finally talked myself into making them and while I was mixing them up my mouth started watering.  I tasted a little bit of the batter just to get an idea of what it was like I from that first taste I was addicted!  

When I first tried to get Spencer to taste it he was a little leary of the whole combination.  I waited until the first batch of cookies came out and took him one fresh out of the oven to try.  He ate it, thought about it for a few minutes and decided they were pretty tasty when he came back for another one.  These cookies have been a hit with everyone that has tried them.  If you’re a key lime fan I definitely suggest trying these…they are awesome!  

Ingredients:

1/2 Cup butter-softened

1 Cup sugar

1 Large egg

1 Large egg yolk

1 1/2 Cups flour

1 Teaspoon baking powder

1/2 Teaspoon salt

1/4 Cup key lime juice

1 1/2 teaspoons lime zest

3/4 Cup white chocolate chips

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350F.

Cream butter, sugar, egg, egg yolk in a large bowl.  Sift flour, salt, and baking powder.  Blend in flour mixture.  Add lime zest and lime juice.  Fold in white chocolate chips. 

Refrigerate dough for about 15 minutes.  Place dough on prepared cookie sheet, bake for 8-10 minutes.  After removing from oven, let cookies sit on sheet for 5 minutes then move to cooling rack.

Adapted from All Recipes

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